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The BILOfix brand was originally created by the Lego company in around 1959/1960 as a separate brandname for their non-plastic toy range, and shortly afterwards, when the company decided to stop producing wooden toys altogether, two of the Kristiansen brothers used the name for a separate wooden toy company.


Although the Bilofix wooden construction sets have a range of different types of parts, it's usually visually identified by the distinctive flat wooden strips with rounded ends and a sequence of large holes along their length – design-wise, essentially "big wooden Meccano".

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